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RE: Where's Raphael?

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wrapf (wrapf)
Wed, 19 Mar 97 08:38:03 EDT

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According to Louise Gardiner:
"In the foreground Herakleitos (probably a portrait of Michelangelo) broods
alone. Diogenes sprawls on the steps. At right students surround Euclid, who
demonstrates a theorem. This group is especially interesting; Euclid may a
portrait of the aged Bramante, and at the sxtreme right Raphael places is own
portrait."

I also believe that Plato, in the center is a portrait of Leonardo.

Bill r.
Souhegan


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